Pittsburgh police Chief …
Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay says officers and the public must stand together against violence in high-crime neighborhoods.See more
Plenty of black …
Plenty of black Pittsburghers are success stories, but many more battle economic challenges and disparities.See more
The Pittsburgh Pirates …
The Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday called a photograph of an Islamic State militant wearing a team baseball cap “absolutely sickening.”See more
Riley Stapleton turned …
Riley Stapleton turned a pass from his brother into a layup with 1.5 seconds left to lift Indiana to its first WPIAL basketball title.See more
After a spate …
After a spate of injuries led to a poor season in Seattle last summer, former Brewer Corey Hart is looking to make a comeback with the Pirates.See more
Butler County teen dies in ATV accidentBy Bill Vidonic 8:06 a.m.
A Chicora teen died in an all-terrain vehicle accident Friday in Fairview, Butler County, state police said. Briggs …
- 1 dead in Moon apartment fire 8:21 a.m.
Indiana boys beat Beaver Falls for 1st WPIAL basketball titleBy Chris Harlan
The final seconds were falling away, and Indiana’s Dylan Stapleton found himself falling down. But …
Leonard Nimoy, world famous as Mr. Spock on ‘Star Trek’, diesStaff and Wire Reports
For generations of “Star Trek” fans and others throughout the world, actor Leonard Nimoy will …
- 1 dead in Moon apartment fire 8:21 a.m.
- Black Pittsburghers still challenged in education, workforce, housing 8:00 a.m.
- New Monroeville Mall policy aims to tame teen shoppers 8:00 a.m.
- Spring Hill woman sentenced to jail for stealing, euthanizing neighbor’s dog 8:48 a.m.
Pittsburgh police chief: Officers, public must unite against violenceBy Megan Guza 8:00 a.m.
Pittsburgh’s high-crime East End neighborhoods — specifically Homewood — are the centerpiece of police Chief Cameron McLay’s effort to build upon the community-oriented policing groundwork he has laid in six …
- Mt. Pleasant Business District Authority picks officers
- Fast-growing Americans for Prosperity opens location in Greensburg
- Few in Westmoreland County opposed to expansion plan for Mariner pipeline
- Woman charged for holding teen drinking party after video found at Penn-Trafford
- Westmoreland County Courthouse, annex roofs will be given $665K fix
Sale of former SCI Greensburg prison to advance despite lawmakers’ objectionsBy Debra Erdley
Officials say they are moving ahead with the sale of a shuttered state prison in Hempfield to a Carlisle businessman who bid $950,000 for the 96-acre property last week. “We have a vacant prison that has sat vacant since June …
- Severance tax on natural gas drilling backed by Pa. voters
- Highmark lays off nearly 100 workers, mostly in IT, as membership declines
- Mylan closes $5.3B tax-lowering deal with Abbott Labs
- U.S. economic growth revised downward to 2.2%
- Stocks wrap best month since 2011
Easier home loan rules worry someBy Alex Nixon
It’s getting easier for people without much money in the bank to buy a home, triggering concerns that the nation is setting the stage for another housing bust. The government …
- Leonard Nimoy, world famous as Mr. Spock on ‘Star Trek’, dies
- Pittsburgh producer T.J. Lubinsky revives, re-airs an expanded ‘Motown 25 ’
- ‘American Falls’ opens Barebones’ new permanent space in Braddock
- Author in Pittsburgh lecture series addresses hospital tragedy after Hurricane Katrina
Carnegie Science Center’s ‘H2Oh!’ exhibit explores everything waterBy Kellie B. Gormly
When you stand in the Carnegie Science Center on the North Shore and gaze out at the confluence of the three rivers, you see just a tiny teaser to a …
- Homework: Pencil cactus gains popularity
- Launch your wildlife garden with butterflies
- Cafe Con Leche helps Pittsburgh’s Latino community meet wider audience
- First Draft: Homebrew guru says Budweiser’s message was the opposite of crafty
Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show show displays latest and greatestBy Bob Karlovits
Boyce Thompson says homeowners are finding it easier to take care of matters around the house. After all, they have an app for that. “The biggest thing that will be …
- Multiculturalism’s malignancy
- De Borchgrave: A dying breed of journalist
- Lesson learned in London
- Facts on police & race
- Life at the museums
GOP’s unending warsBy Pat Buchanan
If the sadists of ISIS are seeking — with their mass executions, child rapes, immolations and beheadings of Christians — to stampede us into a new war in the Middle East, they are succeeding. “Nearly three-quarters of Republicans now favor …